Amazon rolls out Map Tracking, Tinder matches people based on placesToday's biggest tech stories include Amazon giving US customers real-time data on package deliveries. Meanwhile, Tinder is testing a feature that could make your favorite hangouts more interesting.
This is cnet and here are the stories that matter right now. Amazon has rolled out a new feature called Amazon Map Tracking to everyone in the US. If a package is being delivered by Amazon, the feature will give you real time information [MUSIC] as to where the package is. You'll also see the location of the delivery truck and how many stops away the driver is from your house on a map. According to a report from the New York Times Apple is partnering with Volkswagen for self driving shuttles for employees. They would be using VW's T6 transporter vans as the shuttles. Apple would be replacing the seats and dashboards in the vehicles, as well as adding computers and sensors. The reports also says that Apple attempted to partner up with BMW and Mercedes Benz. However, they could not reach a deal due to Apple's demands for data and design control. Tinder is testing out a new opt in feature called Places It allows you to find matches based on the places you have in common. Tinder says it will only track social places, and not in real time. Places are tracked after you've left a location. The feature is live now in three cities, Sydney and Brisbane, Australia, as well as Santiago, Chile. Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNET Tech Today app, available for iOS and Android.